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The University of Nevada , Reno was established in 1874 as the state's flagship land-grant research institution. The university offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs in 186 areas of study through 10 colleges and independent schools. Its
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One close source tells College AD that the two front runners are Mario Moccia and Rory Hickok.
Rory Hickok is the Deputy Director of Athletics at the University of Nevada.
has been at U of N
since 2000, during which time the athletic program has generated $75 million in gifts for scholarships, operations, and facilities.
Hickok has also done a lot to raise the profile of the Wolfpack program, by scheduling games against national contenders with huge fanbases such as Notre Dame; Nebraska; Arizona; California-Berkeley; UCLA; Oregon; Northwestern; Missouri; and Texas Tech. In 2012, Hickok led the athletic program's efforts in transitioning to the Mountain West Conference.
is leading the efforts for the University Fieldhouse Project; which aims to erect a $25 million indoor practice facility.
Rory Hickok, deputy ...
Rory Hickok, deputy athletics director, University of Nevada
NEVADAWOLFPACK.COM - Official Athletic Site
University of Nevada Official Athletic Site - Boosters
Sr. Associate Athletics Director for External Affairs
Nevada associate athletic director ...
Nevada associate athletic director Rory Hickok said last year the recession has curtailed donations a little.
"We're down a little bit and I think what we have to do is reach out to a broader base of people," Hickok
Wolf Pack associate athletic director Rory Hickok said during the football season that Nevada has gone to great lengths to drive up the student turnout at games.
said developing a more engaged student base is key to generating an ideal game-day experience.
"To me, it starts with the students," Hickok